“In the new world, it is not the big fish which eats the small fish, it’s the fast fish which eats the slow fish”

The founder and executive chairman of World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab (1938-) is the man behind those words.

Two weeks ago we had our yearly event Business Live. This year it took place at Musikaliska in Stockholm. Our idea was to inspire customers and none customers (not yet anyway) to work with their processes to be able to change and adopt in the pace that is needed. A number of our customers took place on stage to share their experiences working with Barium Live. Gartner did a presentation talking about the CIO role of tomorrow and the need of moving towards the Bimodal IT landscape. We held a demo and talked about what we think are the key drivers for the future. And among other, we used the quote in the beginning of this blog post.
Is there any one out there who still believes that you can stay in your current status due to the fact that you are, right now, successful? Well, we don’t think that is the case – the only way to survive is to be able to change, and you need to be able to change fast.

So if you want to understand how you can create a foundation that gives you the capabilities to constantly and rapidly adapt, please give us on Barium a call, because we will be able to help you.